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If you chant the mantra “Vallabam Gajaananam Yeka Thandham”, while doing the Meru Mudra then it is good for the spinal cord. Refer the blog to check out on Meru Mudra: http://healbymudra.wordpress.com/2010/05/22/uses-of-meru-mudra/.

It drives out our fear also. If you chant regularly, your back will become solid and strengthened.

In day-to-day life, we think, ‘My time has yet to come for my marriage/my job’. Our time is different from divine time. Everything happens only ‘with’ and ‘in’ divine time. This mantra synchronizes your time with divine time. By chanting it, continuously one can get a job or get married.

If anybody is impatient, then Vallabam mantra will make him patient. All of us have to chant this mantra as one time or other when we become impatient.

Children do not know the value of time. Chanting this mantra will make them to understand the importance of time.

BAM (in Vallabam) gives the effect of comfort. To settle down in a job or house this mantra can help. However, we have to chant from the heart. The effect it produces is enormous.

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Vallabam Gajaananam Yeka Thandham

It is a very powerful mantra. Especially it works on the hips, for example when you are standing for a long time your hip will pain. You will find plenty of time to do any task. Time will be at your disposal. Physically it helps to handle skin related problems.

A single tusker Elephant!

How time is available at your disposal? Why Gajananam (Lord Vinayaga) was called Eka Thandham (an elephant with one tusker)? When Vyasa wanted to write Mahabharata he was searching for somebody who can put it in paper as fast as he dictates. The concerned person should understand the subject as well, without stopping the dictation by interfering it. He should understand and never ask to repeat again what was already said (Vallapam).

Vinayaga was the only person who offered to do the job. In the midst of writing the pen got broke. Imagine how much he would have written by then! He couldn’t find another writing pen nearby. Therefore, he broken one of his tuskers and used it as a pen.

Opening up to the divine time

This mantra makes a person to value time.

‘Time didn’t come yet for our daughter to get married’, is the expression of some parents. There is always a difference between our time and divine time. We don’t know it. Therefore, we become impatient. We start believing in what the astrologer says. We approach them to find out when the time will come for us. To open up to the divine time chant this mantra.

Waiting for a Good Result

“I have applied for the job. Yet I haven’t received a call for the job interview. I don’t know when it will come for me!” Wherever you think time has to come, think and chant this mantra.

I have created this mantra based on Lum and Vum bija mantras.

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